Friday, October 13, 2017

October 16-21 The Homeschool Teaching Online Summit


Not able to attend a conference this year? Try out an online summit, brought to you by HomeschoolSummits.com!

Finding it difficult to balance
homeschooling
and parenting and real life?


Then this is for you: The Homeschool Teaching Summit, coming October 16-21, will bring you exclusive, Christ-centered parenting, encouragement, and guidance to . . .
  • Refresh your excitement for the journey
  • Equip you with practical tools
  • Transform your vision for Christian education and discipleship


Watch this video to learn more from our hosts, Daniel and Megan!



Speakers



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Heidi
St. John
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Dr. Jeff
Myers
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Kelly
Crawford
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Mark
Hamby

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Ethan
Demme
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David
Benham
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Jason
Benham
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Andrew
Pudewa

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Janice
Price
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Donna
Krahn
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Bridget
Mosley
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Ruth
Tennis
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Gina
Burmeier

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Woody
Robertson
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Angela
O'Dell
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Steve
Scheibner
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Faith
Berens
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Hal & Melanie
Young

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Dianne
Craft
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Hope
Deffinbaugh
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Grace
Deffinbaugh
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Rachael
Carman
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Marcia
Washburn

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Israel
Wayne
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Victoria
Botkin
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Carol
Becker
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Sonya
Shafer
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Marcia
Washburn

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Voddie
Baucham
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Steve
Demme
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Todd
Wilson
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Kevin
Swanson
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Davis
Carman

 
About the Event:
  • 25+ videos in a relaxed, interview-style format
  • Top Christian homeschooling and parenting speakers and authors
  • Q&A with speakers and other attendees
  • Discounts and great free resources in the vendor hall
  • and of course, all absolutely free this October 16-21
If you've been feeling overwhelmed, discouraged, or uncertain about your family's homeschooling journey, then this is for you.
 
Are you ready for your best year
of Christ-like teaching ever?

 


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HSLDA Weekly Update

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HSLDA battles to ensure parents have the final say in how their children are educated.—Mike Smith, HSLDA President
Officials defends free laptop offer.
Superintendent Defends Free Laptop Offer to Oversight Committee
In a letter to the state committee, Mike Lodmel said he thought his controversial plan "was a good idea." Here's why we remain skeptical. Read more.
What to do when your kids are grown up.
Is There Life after Homeschooling?
If you have grown-up children, then you know that maintaining a healthy relationship with them can be tricky at times. How can you navigate that transition with ease and grace? Our guest Gina Smith has the answer. Listen to the program.
Students have until November 1 to submit essays.
Young Writers: What are You Passionate About?
Animal lovers, travel enthusiasts, and young philosophers—here's your big chance! You can write about your passions and win cash prizes in HSLDA's annual student essay contest, which will accept entries through November 1. Guidelines and entry forms.
Military Enlistment Policy for Homeschoolers
Homeschool teens who want to enlist in the military after high school graduation should be aware of the military's homeschool policy. Detailed information to guide your teen in this process is available on HSLDA's website. Read more.
Legislative update
 
 
If you live in Illinois, Iowa, Maine, or New York, click on the link below to learn about legislation that could affect your freedom to homeschool.
 
Homeschooling In The News
 
The Heartland Institute | October 10, 2017
The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa | October 8, 2017
News and Advance, Lynchburg, Virginia | October 5, 2017
Join HSLDA today!
Donate to the Homeschool Freedom Fund

October 17, 2017 Pumpkin Patch Field Trip


Pumpkin Patch Field Trip - Next week!

The Old Baker Farm has been worked by the Baker family for over 100 years and is currently managed by fourth generation family member, proprietor and entrepreneur Jerry Baker and his wife, Pam. 

Come enjoy a hayride, picking a carving pumpkin from their pumpkin patch, winding through a corn maze, and climbing a hay bale mountain! Plus learn about the cotton grown on the farm and all the animals they raise! It’s normal to see sheep, goats, a donkey, horse, piglets, geese, ducks, ducklings, and more! 

You can check out their website at www.oldbakerfarm.com

Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Time: 3 pm
Location: Physical Address for GPS Directions - Old Baker Farm 184 Furrow Lane, Harpersville, AL 35078 
Age Requirement: All ages. 
Size of Group: No minimum or maximum
Price: $10/person (ages under 2 are free); CASH or CHECK only 

NOTE: Pay at the door (CASH or CHECK ONLY) – price of admission includes a carving pumpkin! 

It’s not required that you sign up but we would love to know who is planning to attend so our group can enjoy the afternoon together! Please let us know you’re coming at this link: 

If you have any questions, let me know at cheahafieldtrips@gmail.com

Thanks,

Terra